BBC Breakfast.

Well, we have reached almost, the end of a very hectic day.

It started at 5:45am, and the day ahead was filled by requests by various media outlets.

Thank you goes to Graham Satchell who spent the afternoon with Marc and I and Ruth, yesterday for BBC Breakfast, for his sensitivity and patience.

Bristol Grandparents Support Group tries to raise the awareness of denied contact in all its forms and attempts to be a voice for the children.

We are not financed by lawyers or government, our independence is vital to us.

A real problem we have is that grandparents will constantly tell us we need to be doing more, need to keep pushing the issues of denied contact but we can not do it alone. We need your help too.

We of course understand only too well how difficult it is to wear your heart on your sleeve to continually go over and over the pain of the loss of grandchildren, if there are court cases still active you must not jeopardise that in any way.

If anyone thinks that they would be prepared to take part in media items please contact us, someone once wrote that I like the limelight, I assure you, nothing could be further from the truth.

An item which started with BBC Breakfast continued with, Radio Bristol, Radio Newcastle and coverage on Victoria Derbyshire and BBC Five Live, Radio Devon and Radio Gloucestershire all that needs to be done now is to reply to over 50 emails, texts and Tweets and then off to bed!




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Jane setup Bristol Grandparent Support Group in 2007 after a string of incidents led to the loss of contact with her Grand Daughter.

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